Thursday, November 25, 2004

keep the chain going

from Pilgrims Progress blog, a fun little exercise . . .

keep the chain going.

1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 23.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the sentence in your journal... Along with these instructions.

"At other times, you're paid for what you pick."
- I, Rigoberto Menchu: An Indian Woman in Guatemala

"In deterence to the board meeting, Doniger had put on a blue suit, forgoing his usual khakis and sweats"- II, Michael Criton: Timeline

“Now, I don’t know if it was because it was the accent, or if there’s more than one, but I’m gonna, I’m gonna reconfirm that for you and I’ll get back to you real quick.”- 9/11 Commission Report (Added by Rob at UnSpace)

"Lord, You have always kept me safe in trials;"- Celtic Daily Prayer - The Northumbria Community.

"will nationally accept Him as their Messiah and Savior", Understanding the Endtimes - RBC Ministries posted by saija . . .

and that was all there was to the fun exercise!

6 comments:

The Pilgrim said...

Hi, Saija, and greetings from England. Thanks for dropping in on my blog - I thought I'd return the favour! I look forward to 'visiting' on a regular basis.

Saija said...

hello back!

isn't it amazing how the internet connects us "pilgrims" so quickly and effortless . . . :o) . . . hope the weather in england is pleasant, here in mid- canada we have a lovely blanket of snow, reminding me that christmas is just around the corner . . .
i have never been to england - but 2 years ago i was in finland, visiting family . . . so that was a across the pond! thanx for note . . . saija

Michael said...

And our circles get bigger.

Nice to meet you and thanks for visiting me.

Take Care
michael

Saija said...

thanx for stopping by Michael, i've seen your blog listed on a few that i read regularly . . . and i enjoyed what i read . . . :o)

Ann said...

I thought this was a neat idea and posted it on my blog as well with a link to yours. Mine happened to be about mass media research. It was the first book I grabbed of the shelf.

Saija said...

Thanx for stopping by Ann . . . isn't it funny what catches our attention on blogs that we visit? :o)

I will go hop over to your site now, and see how the cute little idea continues on . . . Saija